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BP offers more biojet with Scandinavia focus

Air BP, the international aviation fuel products, and service supplier is offering biojet to customers at Bergen airport in Norway. The first batch was delivered to the airport on 16 August. This follows Air BP’s introduction of biojet at Halmstad airport in Sweden in...

Premium #202 – How Oil Production Costs Impact Aviation

As oil prices slump, there are a number of sources that offer explanations of what might happen.  The IMF has a good one, as does Chase. Generally there is a concern that major oil source nations in the Middle East need expensive oil to ensure their budgets stay...

Palm Oil to Fuel Indonesian Aircraft

The US and Indonesia have agreed to jointly study aviation fuel made with palm oil.  Starting in 2018, all airlines operating in Indonesia will be required to use biofuel for their aircraft to help reduce air pollution. The Indonesian government has examined...

100% Unblended Biofuel Test

The National Research Council Canada recently undertook a test flight with 100% unblended biofuels. On October 29th, following a series of static engine tests and a ground run, NRC flew the world’s first civil flight powered by 100% unblended drop in biofuel. The...

Look Ma, no blend!

A very interesting aviation biofuel test was undertaken this week.  Take a look here. The eye popping part for us is...